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Grow Gorgeous Defence Anti Pollution Shampoo 250ml

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Grow Gorgeous Defence Anti Pollution Shampoo 250ml - Imperfect Container

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Impurities from pollution can build up quickly, especially in urban areas. This isn’t good news for your hair, which is why Grow Gorgeous Defence Anti-Pollution Shampoo has been specially formulated to gently cleanse away unwanted residues.Green Tea Extract gives hair a healthier shine by encouraging the scalp to grow stronger strands while Caffeine invigorates your roots, giving your hair and scalp more energy and life. Added Allantoin makes sure that all this activity doesn’t cause any irritation by soothing and calming your skin.Enriched with an advanced Polysaccharide Matrix, hair is left with a shield against pollution in the air to protect it from harm. Tara Tannins as well as Organic Sunflower Sprout Extract are included to keep strands safe from urban aggressors in particular, keeping hair as natural as possible even in the heart of the bustling city.

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